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How to apply to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship order

How to apply to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship order

28th August 2020

When a loved one loses capacity, the sense of devastation and grief for those around them can be overwhelming, says Clare Newton from Tallents Solicitors in Newark. The family not only suffers the loss of the personality of the person they knew, often they now have to act on their behalf in many aspects of their daily lives.

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Make a Will in November and support Will Aid

Writing a will – more than leaving money to those you love

25th November 2019

Having a will. Writing a will. We all know we should have one, but for some reason, we keep putting it off. Well, this November, Tallents Solicitors is making it easier for everyone to write their will in conjunction with Will Aid, the will writing charity.

Book an appointment to make a simple or joint will this month and Tallents Solicitors will waive their usual fees in exchange for a voluntary donation to Will Aid, who will then distribute the donations made to nine UK charities.

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Later life planning need not be scary with help from Tallents Solicitors

Later life planning – hints and tips to prepare for the future

15th August 2019

Planning ahead for your later life need not be scary with our help

Facing up to and dealing with later life planning issues can be both worrying and emotional for us all and it’s quite common to want to bury your head in the sand about everything. But as none of us knows what is around the corner, Gemma Hardwick from Tallents Solicitors explains some of the ways you can take action now and still retain a positive outlook.

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Writing a will; peace of mind for you and your loved ones

25th May 2016
So far in 2016, being a celebrity seems to be a dangerous occupation as we’ve said goodbye to a number of our famous musicians, actors, comedians and childhood heroes in quick succession. The latest musician to leave us unexpectedly was Prince and now it is emerging that the 57-year old superstar likely died without making a will. Ann Farnill, Head… Read more

Tallents Business Review of the Year 2015

18th December 2015
With more than 240 years of business behind them, Tallents Solicitors watched as the UK economy continued to strengthen in 2015 as it started to emerge from the deepest recession in living memory. JANUARY An increasingly elderly population, living longer than ever before, lead Ann Farnill, Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate, to advise everyone to plan for their future… Read more